Video 20: The twentieth installment of the resiliency video series challenges airmen to think about the importance of thriving through challenges. Hosted by Chaplain (Army Capt.) Kenneth Harrison of the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing.
A volunteer firefighter who died in the Northern California wildfires was respectfully honored by the California Army National Guard.
FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. – Jeremiah (Jay) Arbogast spoke to 780th Military Intelligence Brigade Soldiers and Army Civilians about his personal experience as a sexual assault victim and his attempted suicide at the Fort Meade Post Theater, September 26.
Chaplain (Brigadier General) Robert F. Pleczkowski. became the Deputy Chief of Chaplains, U.S. Army Reserve on October 1, 2017. He is an ordained priest of the Polish National Catholic Church. He began his military career as an Army Reserve Chaplain thro
Power, manipulation, intimidation and often death. These are all symptoms or issues associated with domestic violence. According to the Center for Disease Control, one in four women and one man will be murdered in violent domestic incidents each day in our country. It’s a statistic Staff Sgt. Altermese Kendrick, a Chaplain’s assistant at Fort Hood […]
A special Catholic mass was held in honor of the California Army National Guard Oct. 15 at Saint John the Baptist Church in Napa, California, with Bishop Robert F. Vasa, Diocese of Santa Rosa leader, presiding. Members of the 185th MP BN, Spc. Donald Logan, Spc. Jesus Flores, Capt. Antonia Ambriz, Chaplain (Capt.) David Evans […]
As a sign of support for the local community, California Army National Guardsmen prayed beside county residents during a special Sunday ceremony on Oct. 15 in Napa at Saint John the Baptist Church, where the bishop of Santa Rosa — Bishop Robert F. Vasa — presided. More than a thousand California Guardsmen are still in […]
New York Army National Guard Cpl. Shawn Brazell, a military police with 105th Military Police Company, left, talks with Georgia Air National Guard Lt. Col. James Taylor, a chaplain with 116th Air Control Wing, right, at a hurricane relief distribution site October 10, 2017, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. The 105th Military Police Company is […]
“Domestic violence is preventable,” said Toiane Taylor, Family Advocacy Program manager during a proclamation signing observing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month at the Fort Riley Town Hall Oct. 3 at Riley’s Conference Center.
U.S. Army North (Fifth Army) soldiers travel to Ladera Alta, a small village in the mountains of Puerto Rico, to bring food and water to the members of IDIIFCO, Instituto Desarrollo Integral Individuo; Familia, Comunidad, Oct. 13, 2017, Maricao, Puerto Rico. The Federal Emergency Management Agency and its federal partners continue 24-hour operations to conduct […]